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Chuwariwap Girls Dinner

J celebrated her birthday last night at Basix and just for fun's sake, we dressed up in 1920's inspired fashion. We had so much fun especially when C arrived in Cinderella-fashion (sans Prince Charming) and J regaled us with Shades of Grey tales. I admit I haven't read the book yet but I just might give it a try. Hahaha

My first stop was at the cheese table. Yum! Then I paired it with some dinner rolls. Can't help myself but go back for a second round, sans bread.



Cold cuts and seafood selection and salad bar.




Dessert Table. I love the chocolate fountain. Had three pieces of marshmallows coated with chocolate. Yum!



Shrimps in Garlic and Butter Sauce and Baked Mussels. So good! Nice if paired with wine, though. We drank liters of green tea. Hahaha



Roast Beef, Potato Gratin, Pita and Hummus and Veggies. My medium-well roast beef is perfect with the potatoes. I wish I had eaten more roast beef.



Mango Ice Cream.  Something's not really mango-ey with the ice-cream. It lacks the flavor that I'm craving for. But the cheese and dried fruit makes up for it. Especially the cheese! ;)



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